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Numeracy for Wednesday 16th September
Red group


  • work out the duration of time between 2 given times and adjust times on clocks to earlier and later.

Complete page 42. Click here. Show your working out to part G in the following way. E.g.
5.38pm – 6.07pm

        2mins      20mins      7mins

5.38 —— 5.40——6.00——6.07

Now add the times together to find out how long the journey takes.

2mins + 20mins + 7mins = 29mins

Blue group


  • find multiples of numbers and check if a number is a multiple of another number.

***What are multiples? – Multiples are answers to multiplying tables (the word gives a clue) e.g. multiples of 4 are the answers to the table of 4.

Multiples continue on beyond tables we have learned e.g. continue counting in 4s beyond 40, 44, 48, 52 … etc.

***How do we check if a number is a multiple or not? – The number will divide equally without a remainder

1. Is 352 a multiple of 2? If we divide 352 by 3 the answer is 176 with no remainder so we know it is a multiple of 2.

2. Is 76 a multiple of 3? If we divide 76 by 3 the answer is 25 remainder 1 so we know it is not a multiple of 3.

***Facts to recap on:

  1. Multiples of 2 – even numbers;

  2. Multiples of 10 – end on 0;

  3. Multiples of 5–end in 5 or 0.

Complete the following sheet, finding the multiples.  Click here

When doing numbers 4 and 5 write a list of multiples of that number to look at. Look at the information above to help you.

Green Group


  • Remember the three times tables
  • Use the three times tables to work out division facts

Count out loud in 3s to 36. Begin 3, 6, 9….

Look at the multiplication wheels from yesterday – how many multiplications can you answer? Tell your answers to a helper and practise any difficult facts.

Copy out and complete the multiplication and division facts on the second worksheet. Get a helper to ask you these facts out loud in a mixed up order. 

Numeracy for Wednesday 9th September
Red group

W.A.L.T – Understand common multiples and lowest common multiples (LCM)

  • Page 59 – finding the multiples and common multiples of numbers. Click here
  • Twinkl sheet – have fun finding the lowest common multiple. Click here
  • Explanation for the work is given at the top of each page.
Blue group

W.A.L.T – Understand place value to thousands, hundreds, tens and units.
Find missing numbers in addition sums.

  • Complete page 85. Click here
  • Here are the answers for the first one in each section to get you started.
    • C 1.1258
    • D 1. One thousand, six hundreds, four tens and seven units
    • E 1. 4274
    • F 1. 1769, 4231, 5760, 6312, 9010
  • Then complete page 4, numbers 1-8. Find the missing numbers. Click here
Green Group

W.A.L.T – Understand place value to hundreds, tens and units

  • Complete page (Place Value) For section D, start with the smallest number first. Click here